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Wednesday July 8, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 6- July 10 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    McDavitt Softball
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Mass City FC (Practice)
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 6- July 10 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
3:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Private Rental
 
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Hospital Co-Ed Softball League
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    The Attack!
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    FC Boston Bolts
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:45 PM - 6:45 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 5-8
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Mon/Wed
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 9-12
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Thursday July 9, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 6- July 10 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 6- July 10 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
3:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tai Chi with Health Department - Tai Chi (Summer Group B)
Weymouth Recreation, Weymouth Health Department provide Health and Fitness classes to promote a healthier you and a healthier community for all ages.  From Tai Chi, Yoga, Pound, Small Group Training and Zumba.  
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    FC Boston Bolts
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
5:45 PM - 6:30 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 1-4
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Tues/Thurs
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:45 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 9-12
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
Friday July 10, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 6- July 10 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 6- July 10 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
3:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Old Colony Softball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Saturday July 11, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Private Rental
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Line Dancing
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Wedding Ceremony
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Marshfield Hurricanes Football
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Sunday July 12, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Private Class Rental
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Weymouth Street Hockey League
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Sunday Night Softball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Monday July 13, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM    Weymouth Junior Police Academy - Weymouth Junior Police Academy Summer 2020
Weymouth Junior Police Academy Many officers of the Weymouth Police force and special guests will provide this wonderful opportunity for kids to interact with Weymouth Police Officers while getting hands-on experience in activities such as: Accident and Crime Scene Investigations, nerf blasters, physical training, obstacle course and more.  The group may travel off-site to certain special destination (ie: Canobie Lake Park, Norfolk County Jail, etc.).  Music, safety, skits and sports are just some of the fun activities - and there will be many surprises!****Important!*****Participant must be a Town of Weymouth resident who is in currently in 4th Grade and moving to 5th Grade in September of 2020.*COVID-19 UPDATE:2020 JPA will be postponed to July 2021
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
3:45 PM - 7:00 PM    FC Boston Scorpions (June Practice)
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tai Chi with Health Department - Tai Chi (Summer Group B)
Weymouth Recreation, Weymouth Health Department provide Health and Fitness classes to promote a healthier you and a healthier community for all ages.  From Tai Chi, Yoga, Pound, Small Group Training and Zumba.  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer (Club Practice)
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    First Responders Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Mon/Wed
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer
 
Tuesday July 14, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM    Weymouth Junior Police Academy - Weymouth Junior Police Academy Summer 2020
Weymouth Junior Police Academy Many officers of the Weymouth Police force and special guests will provide this wonderful opportunity for kids to interact with Weymouth Police Officers while getting hands-on experience in activities such as: Accident and Crime Scene Investigations, nerf blasters, physical training, obstacle course and more.  The group may travel off-site to certain special destination (ie: Canobie Lake Park, Norfolk County Jail, etc.).  Music, safety, skits and sports are just some of the fun activities - and there will be many surprises!****Important!*****Participant must be a Town of Weymouth resident who is in currently in 4th Grade and moving to 5th Grade in September of 2020.*COVID-19 UPDATE:2020 JPA will be postponed to July 2021
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Private Rental
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
5:45 PM - 6:30 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 1-4
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Tues/Thurs
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM    South Shore Modified Adult Softball League
 
6:45 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 5-8
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Wednesday July 15, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM    Weymouth Junior Police Academy - Weymouth Junior Police Academy Summer 2020
Weymouth Junior Police Academy Many officers of the Weymouth Police force and special guests will provide this wonderful opportunity for kids to interact with Weymouth Police Officers while getting hands-on experience in activities such as: Accident and Crime Scene Investigations, nerf blasters, physical training, obstacle course and more.  The group may travel off-site to certain special destination (ie: Canobie Lake Park, Norfolk County Jail, etc.).  Music, safety, skits and sports are just some of the fun activities - and there will be many surprises!****Important!*****Participant must be a Town of Weymouth resident who is in currently in 4th Grade and moving to 5th Grade in September of 2020.*COVID-19 UPDATE:2020 JPA will be postponed to July 2021
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Mass City FC (Practice)
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Private Rental
 
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Hospital Co-Ed Softball League
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    The Attack!
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    FC Boston Bolts
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:45 PM - 6:45 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 5-8
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Mon/Wed
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 9-12
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Thursday July 16, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM    Weymouth Junior Police Academy - Weymouth Junior Police Academy Summer 2020
Weymouth Junior Police Academy Many officers of the Weymouth Police force and special guests will provide this wonderful opportunity for kids to interact with Weymouth Police Officers while getting hands-on experience in activities such as: Accident and Crime Scene Investigations, nerf blasters, physical training, obstacle course and more.  The group may travel off-site to certain special destination (ie: Canobie Lake Park, Norfolk County Jail, etc.).  Music, safety, skits and sports are just some of the fun activities - and there will be many surprises!****Important!*****Participant must be a Town of Weymouth resident who is in currently in 4th Grade and moving to 5th Grade in September of 2020.*COVID-19 UPDATE:2020 JPA will be postponed to July 2021
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tai Chi with Health Department - Tai Chi (Summer Group B)
Weymouth Recreation, Weymouth Health Department provide Health and Fitness classes to promote a healthier you and a healthier community for all ages.  From Tai Chi, Yoga, Pound, Small Group Training and Zumba.  
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    FC Boston Bolts
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
5:45 PM - 6:30 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 1-4
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Tues/Thurs
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:45 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 9-12
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Friday July 17, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Jr. Police Academy
 
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Jr. Police Academy
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM    Weymouth Junior Police Academy - Weymouth Junior Police Academy Summer 2020
Weymouth Junior Police Academy Many officers of the Weymouth Police force and special guests will provide this wonderful opportunity for kids to interact with Weymouth Police Officers while getting hands-on experience in activities such as: Accident and Crime Scene Investigations, nerf blasters, physical training, obstacle course and more.  The group may travel off-site to certain special destination (ie: Canobie Lake Park, Norfolk County Jail, etc.).  Music, safety, skits and sports are just some of the fun activities - and there will be many surprises!****Important!*****Participant must be a Town of Weymouth resident who is in currently in 4th Grade and moving to 5th Grade in September of 2020.*COVID-19 UPDATE:2020 JPA will be postponed to July 2021
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 13 - July 17 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology.  Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc Hunter - Break out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, compass, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored.Biking - Great opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants.Tubing - Tubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all.Geo Hiking - Croc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover natures wonders.Canoeing/Kayaking - Develop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Old Colony Softball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
Saturday July 18, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    New England Huskies
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Private Rental
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Line Dancing
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Sunday July 19, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Private Class Rental
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Cranberry League
 
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Weymouth Street Hockey League
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Private Rental
 
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Sunday Night Softball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Monday July 20, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tai Chi with Health Department - Tai Chi (Summer Group B)
Weymouth Recreation, Weymouth Health Department provide Health and Fitness classes to promote a healthier you and a healthier community for all ages.  From Tai Chi, Yoga, Pound, Small Group Training and Zumba.  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer (Club Practice)
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    First Responders Softball League
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Mon/Wed
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer
 
Tuesday July 21, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Private Rental
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
5:45 PM - 6:30 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 1-4
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Tues/Thurs
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM    South Shore Modified Adult Softball League
 
6:45 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 5-8
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
Wednesday July 22, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Private Rental
 
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Hospital Co-Ed Softball League
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    The Attack!
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    FC Boston Bolts
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:45 PM - 6:45 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 5-8
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Mon/Wed
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 9-12
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
Thursday July 23, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer Wildcat Week
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tai Chi with Health Department - Tai Chi (Summer Group B)
Weymouth Recreation, Weymouth Health Department provide Health and Fitness classes to promote a healthier you and a healthier community for all ages.  From Tai Chi, Yoga, Pound, Small Group Training and Zumba.  
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    FC Boston Bolts
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
5:45 PM - 6:30 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 1-4
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Tues/Thurs
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:45 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway - A Taste of Broadway: Grades 9-12
This 5-week program is designed to introduce your child to dancing, singing, acting & improvisation by creating a Musical Review from the ground up. The program will culminate in two performances for the public. Whether you are a dancer, singer, actor, “triple threat,” or have never performed at all, there is a spot waiting for you! Training and performances provide participants with the opportunity to work with members of the Weymouth Alumni Theater Company.
 
Friday July 24, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Scrimmages
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Scrimmages
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Scrimmages
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 20 - July 24 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Old Colony Softball League
 
Saturday July 25, 2020
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Providence Grays (19th Century Baseball)
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Premiere Cricket
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 1:30 PM    New England Huskies
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Private Rental
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Line Dancing
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
Sunday July 26, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Private Class Rental
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Weymouth Cranberry League
 
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Weymouth Street Hockey League
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Sunday Night Softball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Monday July 27, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tai Chi with Health Department - Tai Chi (Summer Group B)
Weymouth Recreation, Weymouth Health Department provide Health and Fitness classes to promote a healthier you and a healthier community for all ages.  From Tai Chi, Yoga, Pound, Small Group Training and Zumba.  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer (Club Practice)
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway Show Week
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    First Responders Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Mon/Wed
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer
 
Tuesday July 28, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway Show Week
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Tues/Thurs
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM    South Shore Modified Adult Softball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Wednesday July 29, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Mass City FC (Practice)
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Hospital Co-Ed Softball League
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    The Attack!
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway Show Week
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    FC Boston Bolts
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Mon/Wed
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Thursday July 30, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tai Chi with Health Department - Tai Chi (Summer Group B)
Weymouth Recreation, Weymouth Health Department provide Health and Fitness classes to promote a healthier you and a healthier community for all ages.  From Tai Chi, Yoga, Pound, Small Group Training and Zumba.  
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway Show Week
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    FC Boston Bolts
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Swim Team - Swim Team Stroke Clinic - Tues/Thurs
Weymouth Recreation offers a competitive developmental swim team for children ages 6 - 18 Stroke technique, physical fitness, self confidence and positive self esteem are the primary goals and benefits of being a member of our swim team. The team competes against other local teams with a championship meet at the end of the season. Swim Team is for children who are competent swimmers and must be able swim 100 yards w/o stopping to join.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Friday July 31, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Jr Conservation Club - Jr Conservation Club
Learn about ecology in Great Esker Park and the Back River. Through hands on learning, games, activities, getting in the mud, dirt and water, kids will experience nature and learn about the interaction between the animals, plants, and the local environment as a whole. New England Wildlife Center will provide additional resources to enhance the learning experience.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - July 27 - July 31 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more.FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway Show
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Old Colony Softball League
 
Saturday August 1, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Premiere Cricket
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 1:30 PM    New England Huskies
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Private Rental
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Braintree Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    New England Huskies
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Taste of Broadway Show
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
Sunday August 2, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Private Class Rental
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
9:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Weymouth Street Hockey League
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Weymouth Cranberry League
 
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Sunday Night Softball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Monday August 3, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - August 3 - August 7 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more. FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - August 3 - August 7 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more. FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tai Chi with Health Department - Tai Chi (Summer Group B)
Weymouth Recreation, Weymouth Health Department provide Health and Fitness classes to promote a healthier you and a healthier community for all ages.  From Tai Chi, Yoga, Pound, Small Group Training and Zumba.  
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Girls Basketball
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
Tuesday August 4, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - August 3 - August 7 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more. FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - August 3 - August 7 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more. FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
5:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Massachusetts Independent Baseball League
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer (Travel Tryouts)
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer (Travel Tryouts)
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Private Rental
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM    South Shore Christian Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM    South Shore Modified Adult Softball League
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
Wednesday August 5, 2020
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM    Private Class Rental
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    WHS Summer Conditioning
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - August 3 - August 7 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more. FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Lovell Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road in N. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street S. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account for whatever you have paid. THIS IS NOT A REFUND. Credits can then be applied to your new registration. IF you wish to receive a refund, please contact Ryan MacLeod via email rmacleod@weymouth.ma.us . Please provide him with your name, child or children’s name, address and phone number.  WeyFun LIT’s - the LIT program will run but it will be modified. More details to come. Once we have determined how the LIT’s will function, we will send out a notification.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Legion Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Lovell Field (Commercial Street East Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- O'Sullivan Park (Pilgrim Road North Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Leaders In Training - Pocket Program- Stella Tirrell Park (Central Street South Weymouth)
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Family
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Kayak and SUP Season Pass Rentals - Season Pass - Single
Lane Beach Season Pass Rentals for Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - August 3 - August 7 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more. FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Hospital Co-Ed Softball League
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    The Attack!
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    WHS Summer Track Club
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Football & Cheer
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer (Travel Tryouts)
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Youth Soccer (Travel Tryouts)
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth-Hingham Adult Softball League
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    South Shore Baseball Club
 
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Babe Ruth
 
Thursday August 6, 2020
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Weymouth Cal Ripken
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Weymouth Little League
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Rovers (ages 5-6) - Rovers AM
Participants will "rove" the park from the George A. Clark Jr. Nature Center to the Back River. These short hikes along with stories, arts and crafts, and plenty of hands-on nature discovery will introduce the participants to the basics of how the park works!
 
8:30 AM - 11:45 AM    Leaders In Training - Great Esker Park Half Day
Weymouth Recreation offers a rewarding opportunity for young teens in our summer program with an emphasis on personal growth, role modeling and team-building.Under the guidance of staff, Leaders In Training (LIT's) will actively work with children in our summer programs at Great Esker Park and Wey-Fun.  They will build confidence in themselves while working in front of a group. Independence skills will be practiced by taking on responsibilities and challenges. LIT’s will spend time together in peer groups and work on leadership and performance skills through team building, activity planning, brainstorming and preparation.  All LIT’s will be evaluated on their performance.  Time as a LIT is eligible to be counted as community service for Weymouth High School. (up to 35 hours)Registration is required and starts with the regular registration date.COVID-19 Update: There will be a shortened day and our training session will be suspended for the time being.  Also, we do have some LIT shirts but none will be ordered this Summer.  We have lowered the cost to adjust for this.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Discoverer (ages 7-8) - Discoverer AM
Participants will discover the fundamental concepts of the science of the park as they uncover the web of relationships between the physical elements and the bugs, birds, fish and plants through group walk-abouts and competitions. Hikes, stories, nature crafts, games, contests and plenty of hands-on nature discoveries will bring into focus some of the lesser-known mysteries of the park.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Esker-Esque - Esker-Esque Full Day
Esker-Esque is a Weymouth Recreation summer program designed to be a fun, engaging, and memorable experience for children ages 8-12 that combines nature, sports, art, and group games at Weymouth’s own Great Esker Park. This program allows children to sample some classic Esker activities mixed with a medley of arts and sports. Participants will have opportunities to hike, draw, paint, compete in survivor challenges, use our low roaps course, and so much more.  Everyday presents a chance to try something new!  With all this variety, your child will walk away from this summer with memories, interests, and friendships they will cherish. Children will have the chance to explore not only the Esker, but our new Osprey Overlook park as well.  Both places offer great natural resources for a summer program with their beautiful trails, landscapes, wildlife, and waterfronts. This program will also utilize Julia field and the basket ball court for sport activities.
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    ARTistic Nature - ARTistic Nature
Spend your mornings with Art Teacher Karen Graham bringing the nature and the beauty of Great Esker Park and the Back River into your art projects. This week long program will combine a number of artistic mediums and techniques as you discover how art and nature are one. This program is designed for children of all artistic abilities and will include solo and group projects. All participants will be able to bring home their creations throughout the week.  
 
8:45 AM - 11:45 AM    Great Esker Park Adventure Trips - August 3 - August 7 - Adventure Group Ospreys
Esker Adventure Programs will provide your child with unique opportunities to take part in activities that will allow them to be outside, connect with nature, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and offer a reprieve from technology. Each program offers kids a natural setting to engage in outdoor activities such as biking, fishing, Tubing, canoeing, kayaking and more. FishingTrips to local fishing holes in Abington, Braintree, Norwell and Weymouth. Transportation, bait and fishing gear is included. Croc HunterBreak out the field guides and the bug and fish nets, boats, binoculars, fishing rods, GPS, the old shoes and let’s go find it. A fun way to “inventory” what’s out there. The ultimate live scavenger hunt. This is a program that connects kids to nature.  They will seek out and discover the wildlife in Great Esker Park.  By foot, canoe and kayak: fish, insects, estuary sea creatures, plants and animal will be, discovered and explored. BikingGreat opportunity and adventures in this program. Children will ride through Wompatuck State Park each day. Transportation and bikes are provided. Helmets are mandatory and must be supplied by participants. TubingTubing on the Back River is a great way to spend the summer. Kids will enjoy their summer days lounging and playing in the water, seeing the sights of the Back River while floating the tidal currents. Shore exploration, is the inevitable along the way. Kids MUST be competent swimmers and be able to swim comfortably over their heads. Life jackets will be required by all. Geo HikingCroc Hunter for the terrestrial among us. No boating but a lot of exploring the very interesting woods, parks and trails throughout GEP, Wompatuck State Park, Ames Knoll l and Turkey Hill. Emphasis will be on orienteering, hiking using GPS maps and compasses to explore and discover nature’s wonders. Canoeing/KayakingDevelop basic skills and safety techniques; learn self and team rescues, trip planning and powering techniques. All classes will take advantage of any opportunity to explore the park but all will venture out to wherever the water “is” – both salt and fresh. Advanced classes may venture out further into area ponds and rivers, Quincy Bay, Hingham Harbor, Cohasset Harbor or Scituate. Canoeing participants will learn self and team rescues, practice boat swamping/recovery and the basic strokes- J, sweep, pull and back. Variations: Single, Tandem and Sit-ins.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Camp WeyFun Pocket Programs - Legion Field (Commercial Street E. Weymouth)
WeyFun will look a lot different than previous years but will include similar activities that all the campers are accustomed to.  A combination of playground games, sports, and arts and crafts will be done with the best possible practices of maintaining as much distance as possible and frequent cleaning of high touch areas.  Unfortunately, the aquatics aspect will be removed from the program as we will have no transportation to the beach.  Balancing out the day with activities and ample social distance breaks will ensure that we have the best experience possible and make it fun for everyone.  The staff looks forward to seeing their campers and making the most out of this time.Dates: July 6-August 28Times: 9:00-3:00Weekly Full Day onlyNo Early Drop off, No Extended Care, No Single Day, No Half Day, No transportationFee: $160/WeekAges: 4-15 (this includes LIT aged teens) Where we will be: (25 children per site per week) – Subject to change. Legion Field Lovell Field O’Sullivan Park Stella Tirrell Park Due to the complete overhaul of the Wey-Fun Camp, we will be canceling and crediting all existing Summer 2020 registrations. This will create a household credit on your account